Trello is a popular project management software that can help you to complete team project works easily. Trello is a Pinterest model site there you can list your projects as cards.

You can drag and drop cards between lists to see progress. Individual cards contain images, attachments, discussion notes, colored labels, checklist, etc.

You can make as many boards and add as many people as you need. Trello is everywhere, you can use from your iPhone, iPad, Android Devices, and more. You can use Trello to manage projects and tasks and it’s absolutely free to use.

But, at least some users are not interested in using Trello because they say it is not easy to use, it is really complicated. Trello could be tough to use if you are a newbie to the software and you don’t have any idea how to start.

You could search for Trello Alternative. If you are searching for best Trello alternatives, you are at the right place. Here we go with the best 7 best alternatives to Trello.

1. Asana

Asana
Asana is the project management software we are using to do our team works. Asana is free to use if you have a team with under 15 members.

Asana comes with great features like hypertext connection, multiple tasks projects, etc. You can use hypertexts to link to teammates, projects, tasks, and tags from any notes or comment field in Asana. You just need to use @ and type the information you want to connect.

2. Evernote

Evernote
Evernote is my favorite productivity tool I’m using 10 to 20 times a day. Evernote is the first thing I open when I getting into my office and it is the last thing I close.

Evernote is not just a place to take notes, but a great way to manage your projects easily. With the help of Evernote, you collaborate in a single workspace, collect images, files, and do web research. You can easily share your projects with others and Evernote work chat connects you to the people that help you achieve more, all without leaving your workspace.

Technically Evernote is free to use but the premium version $2.99 per month or $24.99 per year gives more functionality and space.

3. Wunderlist

Wunderlist
Wunderlist is not just a todo list app, but a great tool to collaborate online. Wunderlist is one of my favorite to do list apps I use to manage my tasks.

Wunderlist smart due date function works great for users, you can Get your to-dos to work for you as you type. Also, you can prioritize tasks by #A, #B, #C or #1, #2, #3 to act quickly on about due dates. You can share your team tasks with images, videos, files, etc.

Wunderlist is the software I’m recommending to use because they gives most of the basic features for free and it could enough for small teams.

4. Producteev

Task Management Software Producteev by Jive
Producteev comes next into our list as an alternative to Trello. Producteev is the only software I ever heard that gives a lot of great feature for free. You can add unlimited projects, unlimited users, Unlimited tasks & subtasks, Assign, mention & add followers to tasks, Email in tasks from your inbox, Export tasks with one click, etc.

Producteev Premium plans offers personalized support and great network interface customization. If you don’t need or want any of those features, you can use Producteev free plan.

5. Bitrix24

Bitrix24
Bitrix24 is another popular free collaboration manage your tasks and projects. Similar to Asana, Bitrix24 is free to use for up to 12 users. Bitrix24 is the only project management software that feels like you are using a social network for business collaboration.

Bitrix24 has an activity stream, it is a unified, interactive update feed where all the changes and new additions can be seen. Bitrix24 included like button, conversations, badges, announcements, photo gallery, etc.

6. Todoist

Todoist
Todoist comes next into the list as an alternative to Trello. Todoist is a task manager that works similar to Wunderlist. Todoist comes with great features compare to other similar tools, but Todoist lies within the limitations of the free service.

You need to upgrade to the premium version if you need basic features like Reminder, Fil uploading, etc. You can upgrade to Todoist premium for $29 that’s less than $2.5/month. Todoist premium gives more powerful features to organize your projects like comments and file attachments, mobile and email reminders, automatic backups, project templates, location alerts, etc.

7. MeisterTask

MeisterTask
MesiterTask comes last into our list as an alternative to Trello. MeisterTask works similar to Trello, you list your projects as cards. MesiterTask free version comes with two integrations, Customizable dash- and project boards, Checklists, comments, attachments, and more.

You can use MeisterTask from the Web, iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac. MeisterTask free version will always be free for you.

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